IoT Agenda:

RFID


November 6, 2018  1:11 PM

Internet of things meets consumer packaged goods

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
ai, Collaboration, CPG, Data, digital, Enterprise IoT, gps, Internet of Things, Inventory, iot, IoT applications, Mobile, Mobility, retail, RFID, Sensor, Technology

While IoT is more popular than ever among enterprise technology teams, some industries have been slow to invest. Unlike MOBI's consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector customers, companies without a mobility management...

July 9, 2018  1:40 PM

Connected produce: Think outside the grocery bag

Guy Courtin Profile: Guy Courtin
Connectivity, Internet of Things, Inventory Management, iot, retail, Retail IT, RFID, supermarket, Supply chain

The grocery store is the last stop between the farm and our forks. The business of feeding the world is not easy. Although the grocery store commands the bulk of our retail spending -- representing


June 13, 2018  2:54 PM

IoT can solve physical retail’s biggest weaknesses

Hatem Zeine Profile: Hatem Zeine
Consumer data, Customer data, Internet of Things, Inventory Management, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, NFC, retail, Retail IT, retailers, RFID, Supply chain

E-commerce accounts for just 10% of U.S. retail sales, but it has influenced the way consumers perceive all shopping. We use e-commerce for better pricing, convenience,...


January 9, 2018  3:57 PM

The IoT path of breakfast taco salsa, from farm to grocery store

James Brehm Profile: JamesBrehm
Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IoT sensors, manufacturers, Manufacturing, RFID, Supply chain, Supply Chain Management

I like salsa. I like salsa on chips. And I like it on my eggs at breakfast. If you're the kind of person who has to add some salsa to your eggs or breakfast tacos, few of us truly understand the journey of this condiment from the farm to your home or restaurant. Today,


April 5, 2017  4:19 PM

IoT from A to Z: How IoT devices impact enterprise mobility programs

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
Analytics, Business Intelligence, carrier, Consumerization, digital, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, manufacturer, Network, RFID, Security, Technology

In the world of mobility, acronyms seem to be created every day. To help decipher these terms and clear up some confusion around the industry, we recently partnered with Blue Hill Research to create the Enterprise Mobility Acronym Glossary. With that in mind, I thought an IoT Q&A...


March 7, 2017  1:44 PM

My connected body: The future of IoT in healthcare

Bart Schouw Profile: Bart Schouw
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Hacking, Internet of Things, iot, NFC, RFID

This year we will see more and more experiments where internet of things devices enter the human body for diagnosis and for treatment. With advancements in IoT in healthcare and miniaturization, along with leaps in IoT innovation, we are embarking on a journey of personal uber-connectivity that...


November 29, 2016  3:36 PM

Using IoT to bring the online experience to brick-and-mortar stores

Steve Hudson Profile: Steve Hudson
Customer satisfaction, Customer service, Internet of Things, iot, retail, RFID, Technology

Brick-and-mortar retailers can learn a lot from the online shopping experience provided by e-commerce heavyweights such as Amazon, especially in the upcoming holiday season. By integrating these lessons in their stores with the latest internet of things technology, retailers can enhance the...


July 28, 2016  1:28 PM

Are prisons an IoT breeding ground?

Terry Hughes Profile: Terry Hughes
Internet of Things, iot, Prison, RFID, Sensor

When we think of prisons, we think of antiquated buildings with equally medieval infrastructure, and we cannot imagine technology playing a part in how prisons are run and how inmates engage with the world. However, there are a number of initiatives underway which might surprise you.

IoT in...


April 7, 2016  3:16 PM

Air Canada’s cargo IoT initiative takes flight

Sharon Shea Sharon Shea Profile: Sharon Shea
Internet of Things, iot, RFID

The Internet of Things can land intrepid organizations in some top-flight destinations, but an IoT initiative at a company such as Air Canada can take many years of planning to take wing. At the 


February 23, 2016  11:40 AM

IoT and food safety spell more CIO involvement

John Moore John Moore Profile: John Moore
Big Data analytics, Internet of Things, iot, RFID, Sensor data, Supply chain

Bob Whitaker, chief science and technology officer at the Produce Marketing Association, thinks the Internet of Things (IoT) will draw CIOs and CTOs into the field of food safety. In his role at the...


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